CPDP 2014: PbD- The Transition From Concept To Essential Component Of Data Protection Compliance





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Published on Feb 26, 2014

Organised by the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner Ontario, Canada Chair: Stewart Dresner, Privacy Laws and Business (UK)
Moderator: Monique Altheim, The Law Office of Monique Altheim (US)
Panel: Joan Antokol, Park Legal LLC (CA), Andre Delaforge, Natural Security (FR), Ann Cavoukian/ Michelle Chibba, Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario (CA), Antonio Kung, Trialog (FR)

The momentum behind Privacy by Design (PbD) has been growing over the past several years. PbD was not developed as a theoretical concept of data protection, but meant to be a practical approach for implementation. We are now at the stage where market leaders and regulators are demonstrating ways to translate the principles of PbD into more prescriptive requirements, specifications, standards, best practices, and operational performance criteria. The participants on this panel will discuss the work being done to give concrete, meaningful operational effect to the principles of Privacy by Design.

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